Good Time Blues
  • Release Date: 05 Mar 1987
  • Label: PABLO
  • Genre: JAZZ
  • CAT # PACD-5319-25

    1. Hittin' Twelve 2:16
    2. Frankie And Johnny 5:50
    3. Summertime 5:36
    4. I Needs To Be Bee'd With 6:15
    5. Cute 2:14
    6. Light And Lovely 9:55
    7. A Night In Tunisia 3:27
    8. Sunset Glow 2:39
    9. Magic Flea 3:12
    10. Good Time Blues 3:25
    11. Four Or Five Times 2:48
    12. The Party's Over 4:11
    13. One O'Clock Jump 3:13
    14. Jumpin' At The Woodside 3:20

Hittin’ Twelve, Frankie and Johnnie, Summertime, Cherry Point, Cute, Light and Lovely, A Night in Tunisia, Sunset Glow, Magic Flea, Good Time Blues, Four or Five Times, The Party’s Over, One O’Clock Jump, Jumpin’ at the Woodside

with Bill Adkins, Gene Coe, Sonny Cohn, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, Eric Dixon, Harry “Sweets” Edison, Freddie Green, Frank Hooks, Bill Hughes, Harold Jones, Norman Keenan, Grover Mitchell, Cecil Payne, Bobby Plater, Waymon Reed, Mary Stallings, Mel Wanzo

All selections are previously unissued. Recorded in Budapest, Hungary; April 16, 1970.

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